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July 29, 2010 - Thor / 5 minutes of Comic-Con footage illegally online

Scooped on Thursday, July 29, 2010

Yesterday a site called ComicBookMovie put the five-minute Thor sizzle reel from Comic-Con online and since then it's proliferated across the net. The studio hasn't as yet released an official statement about the leak. Was it intentional? Part of a viral marketing effort? If it was done without the approval of Marvel or Paramount then it had to have been by someone who had access to the master copy of the Comic-Con footage. So, who did it, and what was their intent?

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